UN negotiations in Warsaw must deliver action on climate change, as business as usual policies are not cutting soaring carbon emissions. The Philippines government have linked climate change to the recent super Typhoon Haiyan and they urge governments meeting in Poland to take action to resolve the deadlocked climate talks. Yeb Sano in his tearful plea to in Warsaw spoke eloquently about the plight of people in his country, his family who come from Tacloban are alive, but had not eaten for the first three days after the disaster. Yeb Sano then went on to describe the two-week climate conference:
"This process has been called a farce, it has been called an annual carbon-intensive gathering of useless frequent fliers, it has also been calling saving tomorrow today"
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